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INDEX

529

Charles I. (of England), ii. 283

Charles II. (of England), ii. 300 footnote

Charles VII., Emperor, ii, £47

Charles XII. (of Sweden), i. 456 ; ii. 167

Chashma-i-Sabz, Lake, i. 466

Chaucer, i. 355^ ii. 131

Chau Ju-Kua, ii. 75 footnote

Chebe, Mongol general, ii. 152, 154,
158

Chedorlaomer, King of Elam, i. 78-79

Chehel Sutun, the, ii. 286-387

Chenab, River, i, 293, 294, 296

Chengiss Khan, ii. 21, 126, 128, 146 ; river
of, 147-148 ; hostilities against Khwar-
azm, 149-150 5 campaigns of, 151 etsey. ;
returns to Tartary, 158 ; death and
character of, 160-161 ; 162, 163, 164,
169, 172, 196, 197, 200, 208, 213, 214,

222, 226

Chesa, game of, introduced into Persia, i.

497
Chester, Mithraic temple at, i, 419

Chikishliar, i. 29

Chillianwala, i. 29*

China, i, 180, 359 j nomadic raids, 360 j
early intercourse with Parthia, 365-366 j
relations with Persia, 417-418 ; connec-
tion with Persia under the Sasanian
Dynasty, 483-485; embassy from
Haroun-al-Rashid, ii, 69 5 advent of
Islam, 75-76 ; 1 13 ; embassy from Shah
Rukh, 217

Chinaran, ii. 244

Chinnock, E, J., i. 16 footnote, 32 footnote

Chintimur, Mongol governor, ii. 170

Chinvat, Bridge of (Bridge of the Separa-
tion), i. 1 1 6

Chionites, or Huns, q.v.

Chios, i. 267, 344

Chipiez, Charles, i* 197

Chirol, Sir Valentine, ii. 480

Choaspea River (modern KLerkha), i, 43

Chorasmian Desert (the Kara Kum), i.

3a9

Chormaghun (Mongol general), ii. 163,

166, 167, 170
Chosroes, •vide Noshirwan
Chosroes, i. 425, 427, 428, 44*, 464, 466
Chosroes II., vide Khusru Parviz
Chow Dynasty, i. 359
Christ, Manichatan   belief regarding, i.

Christianity, Emperor Constantine and, i.
445 j persecution by Shapur II., 447-*
448 j treatment of Christians by Yezdi-
gird, 464 • 466 ; Bahram Gur and
Christians, 467-468 ; doctrinal contro-
versies in Persia, 474-476 5 in Lazica,
489 ; under Noalurwan, 495-496 j war
against Christiana by Khusru Parviz,
523 j progress under later Sasanian
monarch*, 5x8 j harsh treatment by

VOt. II

Mutawakkil, ii. 82; missions to the
Mongols, 168-170 ; Abaga and, 180-
181; Arghun shows favour to Christians,
185-186                                             '
Christie, Captain, ii. 406, 413
Chuba, son of Algu, ii. 179
Chupan, Amir, Mongol Regent, ii. 10-2
Churchill, S. J. A., i. 59                  **
Cilicia, i. 15, 137, 203 ; Cilician Gates,
237,2675 268,313,314,315,3^343
364,'369, 379, 385,4195 ". 178
Cimmerians, i. 136, 137
Cimon, i. 227, 230
Cintrantakhma,  Sagartian   pretender,   i.
189 footnote
Circesium, fortress o£ i. 453, 488, 517,
5*9
Cissians, the, i. 210, 214
Cithaeron, Mount, i. 221
Citium, port in Cyprus, i. 230
Claudius, Emperor, i. 405
Clavijo, Ruy Gonzalez di, his account of
the Castilian Embassy to Tamerlane,
ii. 210-213; 216
Clazomene, i. 243
Clearchus, Spartan general, i. 236, 237,
238, 239, 240, 241
Cleisthenes, Athenian leadeiyi. 199
Cleombrotus, Spartan king, i. 220
Cleomenes of Sparta, i. 324
Cleopatra, Queen of Egypt, i. 383, 384,
387
Cleopatra  (daughter  of  Ptolemy Philo-
meter), i. 354, 356
Cleopatra, daughter of Tigranes, i. 364
Cleopatra, widow-queen of Epirus, i. 305,
306, 310
Clitus, Macedonian general, i. 265
Clive, Lord, i. 304
Caidus, Battle of, i. 242
Cobinan, district of, ii. 183
Coche, city of, i. 454
Code-Syria, i. 335, 340, 349, 350, 351
Coenus,   general   of Alexander, i. 29 ir
293
Coinage, invention of, i. 137-138
Colbert, Jean Baptiste, ii. 281
Colchis, ^i. 489
Comentiolus, Roman general, i. 517
Comisene (Kumis), province of, i. 328
Commagene, province of, i. 419
Connock, English merchant, ii. 274, 275
Conolly, Captain, ii. 461
Conrad  of Montferrat (titular  king  of
Jerusalem), ii. 110
Constantia, i. 517
Constantine, Emperor, i. 419, 445, 447,
4605 ii. 113
Constantinople, i.  177, 445, 449» 475»
476, 489, 517, 521, 522, 523, 524;.
besieged  by the Avars,  525-5265  iu.
49, 115, 116
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